True Chevy legends endure, and folks will see the result when the curtain goes up on October 29, revealing the 2019 COPO Camaro. These hand-built cars are not street-legal since each variant offers an NHRA-legal roll cage and other safety equipment together with a race-enhanced chassis consisting of struts in front and a living-axle at the back-end.
The variant seen here is serial number 01 of 69, and is shown sporting an LSX Small Prevent-based 350 engine topped by a Whipple Businesses 2.9-liter twin-attach supercharger. The car’s NHRA horsepower ranking is 580 HP at a hefty 8,000 rpm. The powerplant is mated to an ATI Racing Items TH400-style three-speed automatic.
If you’re interested in owning one of these specialized racers you can sign up at Chevrolet.com by Dec 15, 2019, and hope that one of the 68 titles becomes yours.
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